Tag Archives: women in church

Ephesus, Women, And Getting Tossed Out Of A Board Meeting

Many people insist the Bible should only be read for its plain meaning on its face, and that anything else gets in the way of understanding God’s word. So they read Ephesians 5 and 1 Timothy 2 and Paul’s instructions on … Continue reading

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The Power of a Teaching Woman

[Olivia Grigg’s guest post on her own experiences learning from women show why we should all be willing to learn from women and men both. ] *** My life has been filled with strong and creative women and men who … Continue reading

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When Women Speak, Men Ought To Listen

[I am so glad to host Laura Droege. She’s a wonderful writer who touches upon the vulnerabilities of life and the strength of faith, and I practically leapt out of my seat as I finished reading this piece she’s given us … Continue reading

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Preaching, Half-Truths and Straw Man Arguments

A couple of Sundays ago a prominent pastor preached on 1 Timothy 2:11-15 in a sermon entitled “Women in the Church”. He has a rather interesting understanding of verse 15 (“But women will be saved through childbearing — if they … Continue reading

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